Life on five acres with two cats, friendly neighbours and various wildlife in the 21st century.
The Quarrion on the eagle
Sign post to the rest of the world.
Hi Robyn ~~ I love your photos so thanks for sharing them. Your story is very good too with more great photos. I haven't been in touch with the Shepp News yet, but will soon.Don't often get a chance at 15 minutes of fame. Take care, my friend. Love, Merle.
Good morning Robyn, I have not had a moment to post a comment but let me tell you I am enjoying every moment of your trip to the outback! we have made many trips when the children were younger and the school holidays were always "family time" but have never been this far north so it is almost like I am with you on this one......lovely it is too.Now as a passenger all I need to say from the back of the bus is "are we there yet!! :)"many hugs to you Lee-ann
Hi Robyn, yeah we are close we both probably shop at Grand Plaza. I am in L Reserve... not far at all. xx shonahave a good one chicky
I'm sooo enjoying this trip with you:-) What a shame there was no sight of Paul Hogan though! lol Every picture is so beautiful and that sunset is indeed fabulous. Isn't it amazing how much we can do in one day when we travel? It's no wonder we go to bed completely exhausted at night:-) xoxo
Great photos from your trip! :)
Hi again Robyn ~~ Thanks fr your comments - With fronds like these who needs anenomes - and the pig in the barrow. Hope all is well with you myfriend. Take care, Love, Merle.
Hi Robyn! Sorry I've been on hiatus for so long. Looks like you've been having a grand old adventure. I love all the great pics. For me, it's so cool that you saw a bower bird's nest in real life. An ex-gf of mine used to tell me that my horoscope said that I was like a bower bird... don't remember exactly why. Anyways, Hope you're enjoying! Take care, Nermal says meeeoow!
Wonderful photographs, Robin. I especially like The Quarrion on the eagle.
Thats a beautiful sunset.The sunsets down there are faboulous.I havea 20 pix of sunsets I got from New Zealand and the are breathtaking.
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